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DWTS Celebrity Elisabetta Canalis Nude for New PETA Campaign, PHOTO

Elisabetta Canalis, ex-lover of George Clooney and currently in training for Dancing With The Stars 13, has posed nude for PETA’s “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” campaign. Having seen the photos we are wondering if George Clooney is reassessing his decision to split from this beautiful woman.

The Italian beauty is so determined to making it as a star in the USA that she has moved to Los Angeles. These hot photos of Elisabetta Canalis nude are sure to increase interest in her… talents.

Her new PETA ad was unveiled on Rodeo Drive today.

Canalis said her decision to shoot the ad stems from watching a shocking documentary when she was a child. It depicted animals being killed for their fur. It had such an effect on her that she stated that she thought at that moment “I would never, never, never wear fur in my life.”

A source close to the Italian TV hostess that she is very excited to make her US TV debut in Dancing With The Stars. She is well known in Europe, but she’s not in America yet. She feels DWTS is a big opportunity to increase her profile.

As you can see of Elisabetta Canalis nude in the PETA campaign photos, this is one fit lady. But she is soon to be even more toned, as she is currently spending five hours a day, six to seven days per week, rehearsing for Dancing With The Stars.

So now you’ve seen her nude, are you keen to see Elisabetta Canalis donning her ball gowns and taking to the floor in Dancing With The Stars?

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